Mary Carillo, President, USTA Serves, chairs the Executive Committee. She played professional tennis from 1977-80. She won the French Open mixed doubles title with partner and childhood friend, John McEnroe, in 1977, and later that year, Carillo was a women's doubles quarterfinalist at the US Open. An author and tennis broadcaster for ESPN, NBC, HBO, the Tennis Channel and CBS, Carillo has received a Peabody Award, been twice named Broadcaster of the Year by Women's Tennis Association (1981, 1985), named "Best Commentator" by World Tennis Magazine (1986), Toronto Star (1986) and TENNIS Magazine (1988-91) and has won a Sports Emmy Award. She is the mother of Anthony, age 22, and Rachel, age 18.
Katrina M. Adams, First Vice President, USTA Board of Directors; Executive Director of Harlem Junior Tennis & Education Program; color analyst for The Tennis Channel; enjoyed a 12-year career on the WTA Tour, where she was ranked as high as No. 67 in singles and No. 8 in doubles, capturing 20 doubles titles; Member, Northwestern University Hall of Fame.
Thomas S. Chen, Senior Managing Director, Guggenheim Partners and Head of the Financial Institutions Group; Board Member, United Way of New York City; Former Managing Director and Head of Financial Institutions, Piper Jaffray; Former Managing Director, Merrill Lynch & Co.; Served on the Board of Trustees of Allegheny College.
Howard B. Cowan, serves on the Hamptons Pro-Am Committee. Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant; Founder and President of Cowan Financial Group; awarded Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company's National Chairman’s Trophy. Howard also currently serves on the Boards of Alexia Foundation and The American College.
Anne Marie Davis, serves on the Scholarship Committee. She’s a community volunteer; benefactor of the Dwight F. Davis Memorial Scholarship.
David N. Dinkins, 106th Mayor, City of New York, serving from 1990-93; Professor in the Practice of Public Affairs, Senior Fellow of the Center for Urban Research & Policy, Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs. Served six consecutive two-year terms on the USTA Board through 2011. Dinkins currently serves on the boards of PTR, the New York Junior Tennis League and NYJTL Youth Centers, Inc. He is a lifetime member of the USTA, its Eastern Section and the ATA. He serves on the New York City Sports Commission and the Board of Advisors of the Althea Gibson Foundation, the Georgia Tennis Foundation and PowerPlay NYC.
Benjamin Doller, chairs the Major Donor and co-chairs Hampton Pro-Am Committees; serves on the Executive Committee. Vice Chairman, Sotheby’s North and South America; a former Trustee and Board member of the Optometric Center of New York, a foundation devoted to vision science research, care and education, and a former member of the major donor committee of God's Love We Deliver.
Jamshid Ehsani, serves on the Finance Committee. Apollo Global Management, Fund Manager; Horace Mann School Board of Trustee, involved in a number of charitable organizations in New York and Connecticut, including Asia Society and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Patrick J. Galbraith, serves as Secretary-Treasurer of the USTA. Previously, he served three consecutive two-year terms as a Director at Large on the USTA Board of Directors. In his current position, Galbraith serves as chair of the Budget Committee and as a member of the Audit, Compensation, Investment and Major Construction Oversight committees. Has served as the board liaison to the Professional Tennis Council and as a member of the ATP Player Council. Galbraith played professional tennis from 1989 to 2000, rising to become one of the top doubles players in the world and finishing his career with 36 doubles titles. He has been working for UBS Financial Services since 2001 and has been involved with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in the Seattle area for the past 20 years.
David Haggerty, President and Chair of the USTA Board of Directors, serves on the Grants Committee. Former Chairman of Head USA, a position he held upon his retirement in March 2010; Served six years on the board of directors of the USTA Middle States Section; Served a two-year term as President of the Tennis Industry Association.
André Hawaux, serves on Finance Committee. CFO of Dick's Sporting Goods. Former President of Consumer Foods, Conagra Foods; previously CFO ConAgra Foods, Former Senior Vice President, Worldwide Strategy and Corporate Development – PepsiAmericas, Inc.; Currently serves on Southern New Hampshire University Board of Trustees, Former Board member for Timberland Company and PepsiCo Employees Federal Credit Union.
John B. Hess, Chairman and CEO, Hess Corporation; Board of Directors, National Advisory Board of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co, Harvard Business School, Mount Sinai-NYU Medical Center, Wildlife Conservation Society/NY Zoo, and the United Cerebral Palsy Research and Education Foundation; Member, Council of Foreign Relations.
Molly G. John, chairs the Audit Committee. Assurance Partner, Ernst & Young's; Engagement Partner, Reader's Digest Association; Coordinating Partner, H&M Hennes & Mauritz US and Zac Posen; Northeast Control and Methodology Leader; Member of the E&Y Professional Women's Network Executive Steering Committee and the E&Y Northeast Black Professional Executive Steering Committee.
Carol Richardson Kimmelman, serves on the Avenue of Aces and Major Donor Committees. Former elementary school teacher; volunteer tennis coach and teacher; elementary school tutor, Trustee, Blair Academy High School.
Julia A. Levering, serves on the Executive, Grant, Nominating and JLLI Committees as well as the USTA Task Force on Higher Education. Past President of the Board of Directors of the USTA; former VP of the International Tennis Federation; former Chair of the ITF FED Cup Committee; Member of the Northwestern Sports Hall of Fame; active senior tennis player.
Marcy Hnath Maguire, serves on the Scholarship and Finance Committees. CEO of Maguire Automotive Group, East Windsor, N.J.; serves on the Board Directors of the National Automotive Dealership Association and is on the Executive Committee as chairman of its Public Affairs Committee. She is the Ambassador of the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation, involved with International Brain Research Foundation, American Red Cross and the Marine Scholarship Foundation. She is also a member of the Harvard Business School Council and Deans Advisory Council University of Michigan Rackham Graduate School.
Elizabeth L. Mathieu, Esq., Treasurer, USTA Serves, Chairs the Finance Committee, Co-Chairs the Legacy Committee, serves on the Executive and Grant Committees; Director at Large of the Committee of 200, Securities Industry Institute, New York Estate Planning Council; Dean’s Advisory Council, Columbia University School of International Affairs; Bar Associations, ABA Sections of Taxation and Real Property, Probate and Trust Law, NY City Bar Assoc. – Trust & Estates Sub Committee; Advisory Board Member, Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rockefeller University, Thirteen/WNET, NY City Ballet, NY Philharmonic, Health Care Chaplaincy.
Sean Mayo, serves on Audit, Gala and Hampton Pro-Am Committees. Founder, Sean Mayo Introducing Broker; NFA Member; Majority Investor in the Imperial Racquet Club; former registered member, CFTC, SEC; former Chairman, CBOT AM Committee; actively involved with Arthritis Foundation, Neuropathy Foundation, The Cradle, the Humane Society; involved with Courier’s Kids, MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation, Harlem Junior Tennis Center, John McEnroe Foundation; Helped initiate Veterans Park 10U program; 5.0 USTA tennis player.
Patrick McEnroe, Past President, USTA Serves; former U.S. Davis Cup Captain; General Manager of USTA Elite Player Development, USTA Board of Directors 1999-2000; TV commentator for CBS Sports and ESPN; USTA High Performance Program advisor; part-owner of World TeamTennis franchise, The New York Sportimes.
Jack Mills, Co-chairs the Special Projects Committee and serves on the Avenue of Aces Committee. Owner & President of Mills Communications in Columbia, S.C.; Past President of South Carolina and Southern Tennis Association; former Vice President, USTA; former Chairman, Sanctions & Schedules Committee, Public Affairs USTA; Board Member, PE4Life; Chairman, Deans Advisory Committee, College of Hospitality Retail and Sports, University of South Carolina; former Member, Presidents Council on Physical Fitness and Sport.
Paul Palandjian, serves on the Finance, Grant and Major Donor Committees. Founder and Managing Director of Somerset Equity Advisors, LLC; Board of Trustees at the Belmont Hill School; Board of Directors of the Denis Leary Firefighters Foundation; Harvard undergraduate admissions reviewer; former world-ranked tennis player on the ATP Tour.
Missie Rennie, Vice President, USTA Serves, serves on the Executive, Grant, Nominating and Avenue of Aces Committees; Serves on Board of The Asia Foundation, Give2Asia, Teachers College, Common Good, The First National Bank of Long Island, Board of Overseers of The International Rescue Committee and Vassar College, Selection Committee for Luce Scholars Program. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Y. David Scharf, serves on the Finance Committee and co-chairs the Hamptons Pro-Am Committee. Partner, Executive Committee Member and Member of the Business Litigation, Real Estate and Restructuring Groups of Morrison Cohen, LLP; frequent lecturer at the Urban Land Institute, local civic groups, and the Learning Annex; named by Forbes Radio as America’s Best Lawyer: Real Estate Litigation, by Crain’s New York Business to its "40 Under Forty Executives to Watch", and as a 2006 New York Super Lawyer; Founder, Board Member and Trustee, Lifetime Care Foundation for the Jewish Disabled, Inc.
Alan G. Schwartz, co-chairs the Special Projects Committee. Past Chairman of the Board and President, USTA; Founder and Chairman of the Board, Tennis Corporation of America; Board of Directors Emeritus, Duke University Graduate School of Business; Trustee, Roosevelt University and the International Institute for Education of Students (IES Abroad); Board of Directors, McCormick Boys & Girls Club.
Fred Shen, chairs the Avenue of Aces Committee. Co-Founder, President and CEO, Shen, Milsom & Wilke, LLC., an international technology consulting firm. Shen leads the firm in strategic planning for technology evolution. Recent projects include the Capital Gate in Abu Dhabi (RMJM) and the Shanghai Tower (Gensler).
Pam Shriver, Past President, USTA Serves; Past USTA Board member; International Tennis Hall of Fame Inductee in 2002; 21 Grand Slam women’s doubles champion, including five US Open Doubles Championships and Olympic Gold Medalist; International Tennis Hall of Fame inductee; President of WTA Tour Players Association from 1991-94. Sports Commentator on CBS and ESPN.
Amy K. Smith, serves as the Vice Chair of the USTA National NJTL & Higher Education Committee and leads the Capacity Building Subcommittee. She has been a member of the USTA Middle States Nominating Committee and currently sits on the Middle States Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Amy served as a Co-Chair with Albert Stark and David Haggerty from 2010-2012. She has been on National Junior Tennis and Learning of Trenton’s Board of Directors since 1998 and served as NJTL of Trenton’s President from 2002 to 2012. She also has served on the board of the Princeton Tennis Program and the United Jewish Federation of Princeton, Mercer/Buck. Amy is a partner in her family's Atlanta, Georgia based commercial property management firm, MK Management Company. She is also the President of the Board of her own private charitable foundation, AKS Foundation, which supports social causes that impact the lives of children and support communities. Amy resides both in Princeton, New Jersey and Hamilton Parish, Bermuda.
Donald L. Tisdel, serves on the Finance Committee of the USTA Board of Directors; Managing Director of Northwest Capital Appreciation, Inc., a private equity firm that he co-founded.
Juliana Terian, former Chairman of The Rallye Automotive Group, New York’s highest grossing woman-owned business and the country's largest woman-owned business. Co-founded Nouvelle View, which specializes in international luxury moving & planning and is based in New York City. Initiated the Peter Terian Fine Arts Scholarship in 2006, where ten scholarships are awarded to high school seniors who will be pursuing art degrees at the college level. Mrs. Terian is currently a William Cullen Bryant Fellow at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in addition to serving on the museum’s Major Gifts and American Wing Committees, and the Chairman’s Council. Board Member at Pratt Institute and The Marymount School, and is a licensed architect and member of the American Institute of Architects. Member of the Women’s Forum, the Cosmopolitan Club in New York City, and the Founder’s Society at Cal Poly Pomona.
Jonathan Vegosen, Immediate Past President and Chairman of the Board, USTA; Chairman of the US Open Compensation committee and serves on the Major Construction Oversight and International Committees; Co-chairs the Legacy Committee and serves on the Gala Committee. Founding member of Funkhouser Vegosen Liebman and Dunn Ltd., a Chicago-based corporate and litigation law firm; Member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame Board of Directors; former Vice President USTA Midwest Section and Midwest Youth Tennis and Education Foundation. Captain of Northwestern tennis team his junior and senior years. In 1994, top-ranked men’s 45s singles player for the USTA Midwest Section.
Rosalind P. Walter, serves on the Scholarship and Nominating Committees. Serves on boards of Channel 13/WNET; American Museum of Natural History, International Tennis Hall of Fame and Paley Center for Media; Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of Long Island University.
Lisa W. Wardell, Chief Operating Officer of The RLJ Companies, a diversified holding company. Serves as key RLJ fundraiser and Treasury Department liaison for RLJ Western Asset Management’s PPIP fund. Past Principal at Katalyst Venture Partners and senior consultant for Accenture, She earned her bachelor’s degree from Vassar College, her law degree from Stanford Law School, and her master’s degree in finance and entrepreneurial management from the University of Pennsylvania. Named by Automotive News as one of the 100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry, by Black Enterprise magazine as one of the “75 Most Powerful Women in Business.”
Barbara S. Wynne, serves on the Scholarship Committee. Founder and Publisher, Indy’s Child, Founder of Kids Helping Kids; Founder, Coordinator, Washington Township Schools Tennis Community Program and the Barbara S. Wynne Tennis Center; Founder of the Indianapolis Chapter of NJTL; President, Indianapolis Junior Tennis Development Fund; Past president of the Central Indiana Tennis Association. Coached Jr. Wightman Cup Tennis team 15 years and National Cities Girls Team six years. Inaugural winner of the Arthur Ashe Founders Award and the USTA Service Bowl. Winner of Indiana Woman of the Year, Jefferson Award and many other prestigious awards. Northwestern University Graduate, named Alumna of the year in 2009.